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Swiss Family Robinson
Swiss Family Robinson Sented by Daniel

The Robinsons leave their home in Switzerland planning to settle half a world away. But things do not turn out as they had expected.

The Pirate Woman
The Pirate Woman Sented by Carlos

Daughter of the deceased Red Jabez, Sultan of the pirates, the passionate Dolores is left to rule a Jamaican pirate island. Although more than equal to the job of managing the ruffians, Dolores dreams of the day when she can be off the island and on her own, taking her jewels and fortune with her.

Castles in the Air
Castles in the Air Sented by Emma

A story in the time of Robespierre and Napoleon, which has to do with a series of gallant escapes of an ingenious rogue.

Clue of the Silken Ladder
Clue of the Silken Ladder Sented by Jacob

On an impulse, Penny buys back her old car, the Leaping Lena, even though she has a new car and no money, but fortunately, she gets another job at her father's newspaper.

The Flaming Mountain
The Flaming Mountain Sented by Jacob

Rock melting like butter on a hot stove! It is hard to believe, but that is what happens on San Luz, a small island off the coast of South America.

Bob Chester's Grit
Bob Chester's Grit Sented by Sarah Gerdes

First published in 1911, this new Raging Bull Edition contains the original text as well as background articles including: - Frank V Webster – A Stratemeyer Pseudonym - Frank V Webster – A Bibliography - Pulp Fiction – Cheap Magazines, Gripping Stories

The Girl from Alsace
The Girl from Alsace Sented by Jacob

This popular novel has also been made into a plays under the names Arms and the Girl, and Dangerous Ground.

Rough Riders
Rough Riders Sented by Emma

Roosevelt’s personal account of his experiences commanding the Rough Riders in the Spanish-American War.

The War Terror
The War Terror Sented by Emma

A mystery, scientific, detective story, featuring Craig Kennedy as the hero.

The Wishing Well
The Wishing Well Sented by Cameron

Wishes made at a well on an old abandoned estate are mysteriously granted, and Penny searches for the explanation. In addition to magical qualities, the well appears to have a tangible hidden value since the property owner is seen searching the vicinity, and a neighbor tries to buy the land.

When the World Shook
When the World Shook Sented by Emma

A fantastic tale of spirit travel, reincarnation, mystical powers, teleportation, subterranean city... and the elixir of life!

The Oregon Trail
The Oregon Trail Sented by Carlos

This account of the adventures of two young men in the days of '46 gives rare insight into the early pioneer and emigrant time, adn teh opening up of our western country before it became civilized. It gives the experiences of a part of English and American gentlemen who crossed the continent for the pure pleasure of discovery and exploration. This book gives a close view of the prairie in all its beauty and dangers, the picturesqueness and idiosyncrasies of the motley group.

Bred of the Desert
Bred of the Desert Sented by Sarah Gerdes

This novel contains an abundance of human incidents and romance.

The Scarlet Plague
The Scarlet Plague Sented by Emma

'An old man, James Howard Smith, walks along deserted railway tracks, long since unused and overgrown; beside him a young, feral boy helps him along.

The Taming of Red Butte Western

The Red Butte Western is a railroad in the Southwest. When the owners decide to do away with the long prevailing lawless conditions on the road they choose a young engineer to go out there and do the "taming."

The Flaming Forest
The Flaming Forest Sented by Daniel

A Royal Northwest Canadian Mounty always gets his man. Or does he? Will David Carrigan catch Black Roger Audemard and escape his captors as they traverse thousands of miles of Northern rivers and forests? Read to find out!

A Pirate of the Caribbees
A Pirate of the Caribbees Sented by Daniel

After a search of some duration the sugar was eventually found in a locker, in loving contiguity to an open box of blacking, some boot brushes, a box of candles, a few fragments of brown windsor,—one of which had somehow found its way into the bowl,—and a few other fragrant trifles.

The Blue Envelope
The Blue Envelope Sented by Rebecca

One question we meet, and probably it should be answered. Would twolone girls do and dare the things that Lucile and Marian did? My onlyanswer must be that girls of their age--girls from "outside" atthat--have done them.

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